Telling your insurer about your mental health problems could push up bills by 2,000%

22 August 2018

Almost half of people with mental health problems never disclose their illness to their travel insurer as premiums soar by up to 2,000 per cent for those who do, new research reveals.

A mystery shopping exercise conducted by The Money and Mental Health Policy Institute found that several insurers hiked premiums by over 400 per cent for people who disclosed stable mental health problems that were effectively managed…